I've had the pleasure of enjoying Carol Wiebe's ebook titled Turn a Series of Small Paper Quilts into an Art Book. Carol is a prolific blogger and she is always insightful, always inspirational and always a pleasure to read. This is a sampling of her work. Her 77 page ebook really got my juices flowing and I'm anxious to try some of her great ideas. I LOVE books and I LOVE mixed media, so I was captivated. She did a fabulous job on making the book interactive so that you can click through to other sites she's mentioned or other posts she's written with additional information. The photos are lush and lovely and show off her scrumptious and colorful work to perfection. Her book is a great combination of philosophical meanderings and very specific instruction with tons of diagrams and illustrations. I particularly love how she creates a crocheted edge and binding to her mini quilt pages. This ebook is a steal at $10 Canadian. I've printed mine into a booklet so I can carry it off for reference. Carol created the method of Cracked Paper Quilts, which combines cloth and paper, then goes further steps to build fabulous layers of texture and emotion. Her quote from a Leonard Cohen song is so appropriate for much of our art and life: "there is a crack in everything...that's how the light gets in." Perhaps this explains my attraction to broken things. They are beautiful. Toddle on over to Carol's site and check it out for yourself!